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Sep 30, 2012 1:00am EDT
our questioning, begin again with jim wieghart. jim? >> after that discussion, this may be like going from the sublime to the ridiculous, but here goes. i have a political question for you, mr. mondale. polls indicate a massive change in the electorate, away from the coalition that has long made the democratic party a majority. blue-collar workers, young professionals, their children, and much of the middle class now regard themselves as independents or republican instead of democrats, and the gap -- the edge the democrats had in party registration seems to be narrowing. i'd like to ask you, mr. mondale, what is causing this? is the democratic party out of sync with the majority of americans? and will it soon be replaced as the majority party by the republicans? what do you think needs to be done about it, as a democrat? >> my answer is that this campaign isn't over yet. and when people vote, i think you're going to see a very strong verdict by the american people that they favor the approach that i'm talking about. the american people want arms control. they don't want this arms race
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